Picture yourself in this scenario, and then tell me if you’d have a bit of a moral quandary.
On Thursday, NFL agent David Mulugheta tweeted that he found Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman’s Super Bowl ring in his rental car.
Mulugheta, who is an agent with AthletesFirst, tweeted a photo of the ring and said he was driving around in the vehicle when his wife found the ring.
Mulugheta then tweeted that he would send the ring back to Seahawks safety Earl Thomas, who has a contract with AthletesFirst.
Coleman later tweeted Mulugheta, saying he was his hero.
Now obviously, a guy who’s living is based on working with (and essentially for) NFL players isn’t going to even think twice about wether or not he’s going to give this monstrosity of a ring (which is likely valued at close to like, $40,000) back to this player.
What would you have done if you happened to have found this ring in a random rent-a-car?
Because I’m telling you right now, it would probably take me at LEAST 48 hours to make the decision as wether or not I “did the right thing” or hawked that gaudy, diamond encrusted nonsense on eBay.
Lemme know your thoughts in the comment section.